Thursday, June 2, 2016

backlist #18: Hannah, MillAr, Gripenberg, The Dusty Owl Quarterly, Stone, Holmes + Evason,

Given the above/ground press archive is together for the first time, I've been digging through boxes and discovering titles I thought either completely out-of-print or very close. It was suggested to me that perhaps I should start offering various titles to the public, simply to see what might appeal (scroll down here to see the list to date). To order, send cheques (add $1 for postage; outside Canada, add $2) to: rob mclennan, 2423 Alta Vista Drive, Ottawa ON K1H 7M9 or paypal at www.robmclennan.blogspot.com:


125. Line of Half, by Robin Hannah
$10 each / 5 copies available

originally published in an edition of 300 copies, May 1996

126. LET’S CALL THESE POEMS ST. CLAIR AVENUE, by Jay MillAr
$6 each / 6 copies available

originally published in an edition of 250 copies for handout for National Poetry Month, April 2003

127. Four Poems, by Catharina Gripenberg
$6 each / 20 copies available

Translator unknown / poems provided by the oiwf
originally translated, and published in an edition of 200 copies, for the ottawa international writers festival, September 2000

128. The Dusty Owl Quarterly, ed. rob mclennan
Poems by Cameron Anstee, Amanda Earl, Laurie Fuhr, Warren Dean Fulton, Marilyn Irwin, Alistair Larwill, John Lavery, Marcus McCann, rob mclennan, Christine McNair, Pearl Pirie, Roland Prevost, Monty Reid, Sandra Ridley and Janice Tokar
$10 each / 4 copies available

originally produced in an edition of 200 copies, May 2011

129. sweet dick all, by Anne Stone
$15 each / 2 copies available

originally published in an edition of 200 copies for the ottawa international writers festival, September 1998

130. hitch, by Matthew Holmes
$6 each / 5 copies available

originally published in an edition of 200 copies for a reading at Gallery 101 as part of poetry 101 [earlier incarnation of The Factory Reading Series], July 2003

131. A RETROSPECTIVE LOOK AT WHAT HE DID / AFTER HE COMMITTED SUICIDE, by Greg Evason
$6 each / 5 copies available

Originally published in an edition of 200 copies, April 1999

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